Hason "Big Haas" Ward

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No they don't. But only they don't have to. That team is full of rockstars!
 

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From what I understand, size doesn't matter.
Actually I think some misunderstand when we say positionless basketball and think small ball. As long as the guys can play positionaless basketball can have lots of big guys too.
 

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Actually I think some misunderstand when we say positionless basketball and think small ball. As long as the guys can play positionaless basketball can have lots of big guys too.
If you look at the NBA, teams are bigger across the board then ever at every position.
 

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I think a lot of this is the influence of international basketball on American basketball. We had gotten stuck in sort of a rut. Oh, that guy's 6'11" what is he doing shooting threes, get him under the basket where he belongs. Then the Europeans started producing 6'11" + guys who could not only shoot, but handle the ball, pass the ball, and defend multiple positions. We have always had a few exceptions to our rules of positions, but now it is wide open. If you can play, you can play! Along with the freedom of movement rules I think this had made for a much better game. Just my opinion.
 
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Someone lit a fire under his rear end. Maybe it was Vince being out and having to step up, or maybe Rhoades impressed upon him the need to improve, or he just needed some time.

Regardless its good to have someone with his size playing well. He, DeLoach, and Fermin are really critical to future success.

But I still miss Larry Sanders!
 
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